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Some examples are marked with the name of the maker

2017-07-31 10:32:05 | 日記
Some examples are marked with the name of the maker, but many cannot be assigned to any particular factory. The greatest demands in America would be for the window-glass and for bottles. W. There are some books that can help you to find more information about the details of glass. Honey's Glass (Victoria and Albert Museum, 1946), deals with all countries. Numerous glasshouses came and went during the course of the eighteenth century: Richard Wistar advertised in 1769 'between Three and Four Hundred Boxes of Window Glass, Lamp Glass, Bottles, Snuff and Mustard Receivers, and Retorts of various Sizes, also Electrifying Globes and Tubes, while in 1773 Henry William Steigel had for sale: 'decanters, tumblers, wine glasses, jelly and cillabub glasses, wide-mouth bottles for sweetmeats, phyals for doctors', etc.

In the nineteenth century, once the United States had become independent, imports were discouraged and manufacturing of goods increased. A.

America
It is known that Captain John Smith sent back to England a sample of glass made on American soil in 1609, but doubtless the anonymous maker and his successors made purely utilitarian pieces. Pressing involves the placing of molten glass into a mould, then a further mould is pressed on the still-molten material to force it into shape; one or both moulds could bear ornamentation, depending on the shape of the finished article. Some of these glass produced during this times can still be seen.

Copies of some of the French mid-nineteenth-century glass paperweights were made at the Boston and Sandwich Glassworks, and some original designs also were produced there. The Boston and Sandwich Glassworks, of Sandwich, Mass. The greatest demand would be for window-glass and for bottles; a demand that continued for many years to come. This provided a quick and cheap method of making imitations of cut glass, and of introducing further ornament, for instance beading, which was not practicable on the wheel. Glittery, both books distributed in the United States by Arco Publishing Company; New York; and A History of English and Irish Glass, by W.

As can be understood, not a great quantity of American-made glass from before 1800 has survived, and examples show divergent styles. Thorpe, 1929, in two volumes. R. Not only is it a matter of difficulty to distinguish between the productions of the various factories on American soil, but also wares made in many of the lesser European factories at about the same date are not dissimilar. A.

Pressed colored glass was made in great quantities. The immigrants owned most of the American glasshouses from Germans and the England who brought their skills.

Books
The standard works on English glass are British Table and Ornamental Glass, by L. Both English and German immigrants owned or worked in the glasshouses of the time, and each brought the skills and patterns of his homeland. Thorpe, is English Glass. Innumerable glassworks opened, but none stayed the course solely by making table or ornamental wares; profits from them were insufficient and window-glass and bottles were the mainstays..During the course of the eighteenth century numerous glasshouses came up and went.

The skilled craftsmen from the European countries like Germans, the Dutch, the English and others brought their skills and built their own glasshouses and they made their own styles of glass which they brought from the nations of their origins. M.

Pocket spirit-flasks were in demand at the end of the eighteenth century, and usually were made by blowing the molten glass into an ornamented mould; the ornament being impressed on the article when it cooled and was removed from the hinged mould., founded in 1828 by Deming Jarves, is probably the best-known source, but very many other factories, both large and small, made similar wares which are barely distinguishable one from another. B. Less comprehensive, also by W. Finally, a machine for making pressed glassware was invented and came into use about 1828. Angus-Butterworth; From Broad Glass to Cut Crystal, by D
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